111 Tasting Notes
I’m a bit disappointed with my trip to TeaGschwendner. I bought 2 fruit infusions and one black tea, and even though they all smelled wonderfully, none of them lived up to my expectations. This wild cherry (Wildkirche) black tea is actually the best of the bunch but still, it leaves a bitter, almost metallic aftertaste in the mouth, which is never a good thing. Maybe it’ll try using a bit less tea next time…
I’m a HUGE fan of chocolate. The richer the better, chocolate is my one addiction, something that I can’t really live without. Though there are some places where chocolate seems strange. Yogurt was the first one (stracciatella yogurt is really strange) and later tea. I had already tried a chocolate tea about 10 years ago that failed to impress me, but still I had to give this one a try. The verdict: well, if there’s chocolate in it, it’s very very mild, It just tastes like a regular black tea… no oomph to give it a push. That settles it: this is definitely not my cup of tea.